Echiveria species?


They all look so similar that it's hard for me to tell what kind it is.

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Feb 14, 2015
Yes, they look alike alright!
by: Jacki

There are many different Echeveria, of which this is one. There are several hybrids that do look similar, sometimes because they're growing under different conditions, or even because even though they are supposed to be the same plant, they've been misnamed in the industry.

This one appears to be either Echeveria imbricata or Echeveria glauca.

At least that gives you somewhere to start looking; best of luck!

Apr 04, 2017
Loosing color
by: Vette

Hi u guy I'm new to this site , I have an Echeveria plant looks greasy or sllick smooth , when I rub it ,It as if I'm rubbing off the clay dull greyish natural color , not saying the color rubs off into my hand literally , but after a rub , it's looks greasy or smooth look any part I touch , I been trying hard to do research , but can't find any thing as I discribe above , any suggestion , or do u guys have any idea .. It's still big , no rotted roots . But I was setting it directly in the sun almost everyday . I use fertilizer only once . ; thank u all in advance

Apr 04, 2017
Dust or Wax?
by: Jacki

Hi Vette, this is a fairly common question; the wax or dust that lots of succulents have on their leaves is to protect them from the intense sunlight they've evolved in. See more about it here; Why is my Succulent Dusty?

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